Squeeze This Point Of Your Foot Every Day For 2 Minutes And See What Happens


You suffer from several ailments and you want to treat them differently because you can not any more drugs and their side effects? Acupressure is there to cure you. Now you will only want to take care of yourself with this 5,000 year old Asian practice.

Acupuncture is a branch of traditional Chinese medicine that is based on the concept of energy flow. It consists in treating various ailments by stimulating certain areas of the body through fine needles planted in the epidermis. This practice has proved its worth, and was even officially registered as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2010 by UNESCO. But there is another technique just as effective and very close to acupuncture to treat different ailments of body and mind: acupressure.

What is Acupressure?

Acupressure is a technique originating in Asia that is very close to acupuncture but differentiated by the fact that one uses only hands and fingers. This practice consists of performing small pressures with fingertips on specific points and body areas, to stimulate energy flow and relieve pain. It has the advantage of curing several physical and psychic ailments, such as stress, muscle pain, migraines, fatigue, eye disorders, colds, etc. It also helps strengthen the immune system, increase libido, improve blood circulation and many other ailments ...

The different points of acupressure

Who practices acupressure should know the most important points that need to be stimulated for each ache or pain. There are several for each member of the body. There are points of acupressure of the meridians of the hands, feet, face and ears. And among the most important acupressure points, there is the point called LV-3 or Tai Chong.

The LV-3 point

The acupressure point LV-3 is part of the acupressure points of the feet. Located on the upper part of the foot, more precisely between the big toe and the second toe just behind the upper joint. Performing massages on this point for a minimum of two minutes could alleviate the pain of several ailments, including headache, dizziness, oral problems, eye problems, nausea and vomiting, digestive problems, stress, Anxiety and minor sleep disorders.

Why should we use this?

This point is best known for treating stress and anxiety. No scientific explanation is provided to date, but what is certain is that this practice has proved its worth. In fact, the acupressure points are located near the nerve flows.

Stimulating the point LV-3 thus makes it possible to alleviate the pains or to interrupt them definitively, since it is linked to the main nerve flows.

To enjoy the benefits of acupressure on this point, just relax and squeeze the LV-3 point for two minutes (or more) vigorously. Repeat this as many times as you want during the day. You will relax immediately and you will feel a wave of quietude and wellness overwhelm you.



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